I knew I’d forget to keep this up. Damned memory! Always fooling me… but, here we are again!
Shout outs to anyone who reads and comments on my blog. It is always much appreciated. I love the community within the blogosphere, I feel like I have met people I could catch up with in person, nothing awkward at all. Hence these posts, which I hope to keep up.
This post is dedicated to abbi o, who is chronicling her pregnancy much like I chronicled my time spent in rehab. Well, not really, they just share the word chronicle, ha! She also offers up some great recipes that I am determined to try, despite a total lack of cooking skills.
Speaking of food, this post is also dedicated to The Lobster, a flick that somehow was released here last year, but has only recently made its way overseas. This has been interesting as I’ve been reading everyone’s different reactions to this surreal, bizarre film; a description that is a vast understatement.
Firstly, abbi’s most recent post about her pregnancy, which I find fascinating to read, as a male who’ll almost certainly never reproduce:
Next, a sumptuous looking dish that I am determined to at least try and cook:
Now, The Lobster. I’m sure I have missed a few reviews of it that I have read, but here is a selection of great posts that eclipse my post about the film in every way, causing me to think differently about the film, seeing new perspectives on what I originally saw.
Firstly, Vern’s thoughts
Next are MovieManJacko’s musings
The one and only Ruth of flixchatter
One of my best mates in our community, this is what Tom had to say
And finally, here is my man Khalid’s conclusion
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